Tag: Ice Sevens

Kate, Woman Of Steels, Crosses Catalina

Kate Steels knocked off yet another major swim in her prolific career. The 2021 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year who previously completed the Ice Sevens and, with a 12 hour 12 minute crossing of the Catalina Channel yesterday, has now completed the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming. She thanked those who help complete her Catalina Channel

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Bucket Lists Of Ice Swimming

Sponsored by KAATSU Global, Huntington Beach, California. There are all kinds of Bucket Swims. The bucket swims can be personal or established, domestic or international, short or long. A bucket swim is an open water swim that individuals have dreamed about and wants to do before they pass away. They can be of any distance in any location depending on the

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Closing In On The Ice Sevens

Closing In On The Ice Sevens Courtesy of Ram Barkai, International Ice Swimming Association. Jaimie Monahan and Ger Kennedy are the only swimmers who have completed the Ice Sevens. Monahan was the pioneer in completing 7 Ice Miles under the International Ice Swimming Association requisite requirements, achieved in June 2018. Kennedy became the second

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Extreme Journeys with Jaimie Monahan

Extreme Journeys with Jaimie Monahan Sponsored by KAATSU, Huntington Beach, California. The Who's Who of the contemporary ice swimming world always includes New Yorker Jaimie Monahan, the first person to complete Ice Sevens. She has been at the forefront of the winter swimming competitions and solo extreme swimming communities for years now while

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Kate Steels On WOWSA Live

Kate Steels On WOWSA Live Sponsored by KAATSU, Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Kate Steels, a 50-year-old British winter swimmer, ice swimmer, channel swimmer and marathon swimmer from Southampton, England, will be the featured guest on tomorrow's WOWSA Live with International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame chairman Ned Denison. Steels is also just one Ice

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